Buildings For Sale

OK.  This is unusual but, well, here we go!

We’ve got buildings for sale in Chiang Mai, Thailand – the land of smiles :)
Chiang Mai has been one of the best place to live in Thailand and probably in Asia or even the World.
With its unique characteristics and cultures, millions of people around the globe come to visit every year and many of them have even decided to settle down.

Today we offer you a great place with a great deal.
The buildings are located close to a famous shopping mall – Central Plaza, Kad Suan Kaew, and one of the most famous educational institutions in the North – Chiang Mai University.
It also takes no time for you to commute to Chiang Mai International Airport.

3 3.5-story buildings for sale:
The middle two are for sale at 3.49M THB each.
The right one is for sale at 3.79M THB.
(The biggest one on the other side has been sold.)
Dimension: 4m x 12m (48 sq.meters)
backyard: 2 m
footpath area: 1.5 m
parking area (in front of building): 4 m

Nice people, great place, and excellent location!
Isn’t that great?
What are you waiting for!
Call +66 (81) 814-2607 for English
Or +66 (87) 101-9613 , +66 (83) 482-6413, +66 (85) 695-2937 for Thai

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